Going Back to School

Thanks to the flexibility of online learning, it’s now more manageable for working adults to go back to school. This section includes articles to help working adults navigate how to finish their degree or start a new one.

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    How Long Does It Typically Take to Earn a Bachelor’s Degree?

    If you’re a working adult considering going back to school for a bachelor’s degree, time is an important factor. Whatever your reason for pursuing a degree, a natural question is “How long does it take to get a bachelor’s degree?” In this article, we will explore statistics about degree completion times and the various factors that can impact how many years it can take to get a bachelor’s degree.

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    Types of Learning: What to Know When Attending College

    Describing yourself as a “visual learner” or someone who “learns best by doing” is common, but how helpful is it to consider these types of learning and how they apply to life as a college student? In this article, we outline two of the most common models to describe learning styles, and then we explore how useful they may be – or may not be – for everyday college life.

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